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|Scene of Sherman's attack, Missionary Ridge
Missionary Ridge overlooking Chattanooga, Tennessee was Bragg's main defensive position during the Chattanooga campaign and the scene of the decisive battle of November 25, 1862.
|Missionary Ridge from Orchard Knob
Missionary Ridge overlooking Chattanooga, Tennessee. Orchard Knob - Indian Hill main battle was November 23, 1863
|Fortifications in front of Atlanta, GA 1864|
|General Philip H. Sheridan in his tent at camp
Philip Henry Sheridan (1831-1888)
A Union General called "Little Phil" by his soldiers known for his victories in the Shenandoah Valley Campaign of August 1864 and Waynesboro, March 1865.
|General Godfrey Weitzel and Staff
Godfrey Weitzel (1835-1884)
Union General from Ohio who was Chief Engineer of the fortifications of Cincinnati in 1861 and in the Defenses of Washington in 1862.
|Long Bridge, Washington, D.C.|
|General David McMurtrie Gregg and Staff
David McMurtrie Gregg (1833-1916)
Union General from Pennsylvania. After the war he was name Consul at Prague in 1874.
|Confederate Fort Morgan, Mobile Bay
Mobile Bay, Alabama. Fort Morgan along with a system of pile obstructions and mine fields covered the entrances to Mobile Bay from the Gulf and from Mississippi Sound.
|Confederate prisoners under escort to Belle Plain, VA, 1864|
|Headquarters, Army of the Cumberland, Missionary Ridge
Army of the Cumberland first existed in August 1861. Commanders were Robert Anderson until October and then W. T. Sherman.